flybuster

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  • Birthday 09/30/1980

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  1. Just remember when you reset the outside diver it "MUST" be under tension. I like to Set it in the water outside of the deep rod and barley back the drag off with the clicker on stick it in the holder and let it walk out. Like everyone else high/outside to the bow I use the same length rods on all And adjust my rod holders for a little tip seperation inside slightly back to the stern and tip at the water outside a bit more to the bow and one click up. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. I hate leaving fish also battlehammer when I go thru a pod of jacks I try to stay away also. I have noticed that there's usually some better fish outside and deeper than they are. Yankee I just have to mention I appreciate your reports over the years I still can't get sea sick wadler to go lol but I still wash it. I do hear better numbers earlier at the bar but also a lot more traffic I landed my first king April 17 last year and I recall a good school two years ago just west of port early/inside also but I'd like to get down to the bar just to see what it's all about!! Hawkeye I don't loose many fish unless my wife comes lol but yes every now and then we drop a good one. I think late spring early summer I'm going to run more spinny/fly-meat this year as that takes some of my best fish I really just got a handle on my program in late July so hopefully that will help earlier this year also Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. It's almost time again and that drag ripping rod shaking has me addicted to say the least. Last year was my first dedicated full season on lake o "still can't believe I only fished Erie once" and I did really well caught a lot of fish made a lot of memories. Here's the thing I'm curious about most days i get on fish and pull a couple jacks a few juvies a teen or two and 1 major. Are there pockets of good fish to be found or is it a matter of sorting thru them. Believe me I get not every fish will be 20+ but should I leave my fish and search on? I only fish out if olcott and last year I was on a pretty steady inside bite all season 70-150 from the chute to Wilson. The thing that had me wondering is there was hardly any traffic around me yet guys at the dock weren't doing well out deep but kept running out every weekend. Now I'm obviously not looking for numbers but should I be searching deeper or down to the bar this spring in my search for mature fish? Or just keep plugging away? It's a grass is always greener type of question I know but what's your guys game plan Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. I made to many so I'm selling 21 jigs for $27 shipped see pictures there are 6 white on white with rainbow flash 3 black wollybuggers 3 pink head egg sucking leeches 3 pink on pink 3 white/olive on white 3 black flies Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. Awesome job! This is my homemade autopilot his name is Austin he still has a 50% failure rate but I'm working on a update!! Just kidding but seriously nice job Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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    http://www.bergerbullets.com/getting-the-best-precision-and-accuracy-from-vld-bullets-in-your-rifle/ Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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    Back in the day jamming them was best now Berger recomends a jump test I've been testing at the lands and 10 40 80 off I built a 26 noslers last year and had to take bergers back to .115 off. But my 6mm usually like in between jamb and .015. I shoot a lot of 4350 personally I'd start there Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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    H4831 is my go to in that combo it was hard to get for a while so I tried my ramshot magnum I had laying around it was slower but super consistent at long range. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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    O your golden! Hunting gun, crossover or target? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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    Is it a 8 twist? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. Nice!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. Thanks guys, looks like I have some better options than the 10's for copper. I'm due to replace my mono segments in between the copper and braid anyhow I'll try both! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  13. Sk8 I haven't broke a #10 yet but do the 8's feed as well thru the reel I'd like to run something heavier in between my copper and backer? That seems to be the weak link as far as lb ratings go Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. I still use a ball bearing snap for termination Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  15. I have been using spro size 10 power swivels for four years now without a single failure and can't imagine ever tying knots again! They will run through your rod eyes and onto the reel with no issues. Just my 2 cents. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United